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    assalam-o-alaikom,

    well i've read many posts of u, i wanted to know one thing...
    i've 2000 exi manual, just 29k done... most of the time car remained parked....

    now i've encountered a problem whil turning such as u turns i hear a sound like GHOOON n this sound keeps on coming till the streering wheel is turned left or rite, no matter full or half....
    secondly this sound doesn't come while stationery, if at stationery i turn the steering wheel to either side, the sound doesn't come. the sound only comes when the car moves with steering wheel turned rite or left....


    few days back, i went to honda drive in, they said its ok, n then i showed to a mechanic outside, he told me that power steering pump has become faulty n is to b changed coz the current one is not repairable...

    u suggest me plz, wat to do with that sound, steering oil was a bit low a couple of months before then i brought it to the correct level, n till now, its ok......


    one more thging does civic 2000 n city 2002-2003 have the same power steering pump????

    plz solve my problem....

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    the kind of sound you explained sounds like a bearing
    ,,, unless you know the track, you're not good enough to sit behind the wheel." K T

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